Things don’t add up… circles are needed!

Are all numbers equally important in arithmetic? What about polygons in geometry? The answers seem obvious: one cannot do without a number or a geometric figure, nor is there a number or a polygon more “beautiful” than the others.

Yet in the world of Matematopia, where numbers and polygons live in strictly separate neighborhoods, it seems that this is not the case. Among the inhabitants, there are those who believe they are better, at the expense of others who are poorly tolerated: they are considered strange, ambiguous, different. It is rumored that they cannot be trusted, that it is better to keep them on the sidelines. That it would be even better if they disappeared from circulation …

Until they really leave. And then yes there are problems that are truly impossible to solve